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What does TGC stand for?

TGC stands for Tribal Gaming Commission (American Indians)

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Judge Lorenzo's ruling clearly indicates that the conduct of several individuals, including Pueblo Governor George Rivera, who simultaneously - and contrary to federal indian gaming law and National Indian Gaming Commission policy - serves as Governor of the Pueblo, Chairman of the Tribal Gaming Commission, and President of two tribal gaming companies, was so inappropriate that it could not even pass muster within the Pueblo's own court," said Dennis Whittlesey, an Indian gaming law specialist in the Washington, DC office of Dickinson Wright, LLP, who serves as FPG's tribal gaming counsel.
The Seminole Tribal Gaming Commission has been investigating Mr Howard's complaint.
The Tribal Gaming Commission acts as a liaison between the public and the casino to ensure that all games are run fairly and that gaming personnel are in compliance with the rules.
The firm's Native American Law Practice Group is experienced in representing tribal governments, tribal gaming enterprises, tribal gaming commissions and tribal members in a number of areas, including tax, finance, tribal trust fund development and reform, compensation and benefits for tribal members, tribal financing of construction and infrastructure, tribal gaming regulation, tribal economic development, as well as representation of tribal members in tribal membership and tribal election disputes.
Whittaker said he and two of the three other terminated employees received a "subpoena" last Tuesday from the Tribal Gaming Commission demanding that they appear at a hearing on charges that they had failed to comply with the tribe's revenue allocation plan.
Assuming the two parties come to an agreement on the size and location of the gaming operation, they will then enter into definitive negotiations for a development and management agreement, which will be subject to the approval of the Tribal Gaming Commission and the Tribal Council, and ultimately subject to the approval of the National Indian Gaming Commission in accordance with federal law.